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(Some Food Guy)   Serious carnivores react to the phrase "slow cooker prime rib" as if you stuffed one of their children into a slow cooker. That's silly. If something goes wrong you can always just make another child, but ruined prime rib will scar your soul forever   (food.livedogproductions.com) divider line
    More: Cool, Beef, ting board, Hunger, slow cook, Meat, olive oil, Stir together, medium-high heat  
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1002 clicks; posted to Food » on 24 Dec 2019 at 2:20 PM (1 year ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2019-12-24 2:32:03 PM  
May not be the preferred method by all, but not a travesty if stopped at the right temperature.
 
2019-12-24 3:16:15 PM  
Eh. Nothing wrong with this. The right temp is important, not how you get it there.
 
2019-12-24 3:18:59 PM  
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2019-12-24 4:16:44 PM  
Thanks subby. Not a new recipe but a very nice one 💙
With xmas leftovers coming up many might appreciate this
 
2019-12-24 4:28:11 PM  
My mother has never forgiven my brother for ruining her Christmas prime rib that year by not accounting for carryover heat.
 
2019-12-25 1:45:27 AM  

Thosw: My mother has never forgiven my brother for ruining her Christmas prime rib that year by not accounting for carryover heat.


I hope he's not one of those Philistine savages who like prime rib medium-well or even well-done.
 
2019-12-25 2:07:09 AM  
Also good, and fast:  pressure cooker pulled pork.

Really.
 
2019-12-25 2:48:07 AM  

PunGent: Also good, and fast:  pressure cooker pulled pork.

Really.


Well, post a recipe!
 
2019-12-25 5:05:59 AM  

abhorrent1: Eh. Nothing wrong with this. The right temp is important, not how you get it there.


Yep. And 145 ain't it.
 
2019-12-25 9:10:36 AM  

Sensei Can You See: Thosw: My mother has never forgiven my brother for ruining her Christmas prime rib that year by not accounting for carryover heat.

I hope he's not one of those Philistine savages who like prime rib medium-well or even well-done.


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2019-12-25 9:22:40 AM  

Sensei Can You See: Thosw: My mother has never forgiven my brother for ruining her Christmas prime rib that year by not accounting for carryover heat.

I hope he's not one of those Philistine savages who like prime rib medium-well or even well-done.


He's not. He was just being pigheaded about knowing how to cook one and kept insisting he knew what he was doing. Obviously not.
 
2019-12-25 11:24:58 AM  

NINEv2: abhorrent1: Eh. Nothing wrong with this. The right temp is important, not how you get it there.

Yep. And 145 ain't it.


Oh yeah. I didn't read the recipe. That's waaay too high.
 
2019-12-25 12:03:24 PM  

abhorrent1: NINEv2: abhorrent1: Eh. Nothing wrong with this. The right temp is important, not how you get it there.

Yep. And 145 ain't it.

Oh yeah. I didn't read the recipe. That's waaay too high.


Big fan of 118 myself. Carries right on up to the perfect 122.
 
2019-12-25 12:26:17 PM  

NINEv2: abhorrent1: NINEv2: abhorrent1: Eh. Nothing wrong with this. The right temp is important, not how you get it there.

Yep. And 145 ain't it.

Oh yeah. I didn't read the recipe. That's waaay too high.

Big fan of 118 myself. Carries right on up to the perfect 122.


That's where I'm at too. Right around 120-ish, give or take a few degrees.

My ex was a 145 person. When I would make us steaks for dinner, I would be disgusted by what I had to do to her steak so she would eat it but people like what they like. I mean, they're wrong, but that's what they like so who am I to judge.
 
2019-12-25 12:47:49 PM  

abhorrent1: NINEv2: abhorrent1: NINEv2: abhorrent1: Eh. Nothing wrong with this. The right temp is important, not how you get it there.

Yep. And 145 ain't it.

Oh yeah. I didn't read the recipe. That's waaay too high.

Big fan of 118 myself. Carries right on up to the perfect 122.

That's where I'm at too. Right around 120-ish, give or take a few degrees.

My ex was a 145 person. When I would make us steaks for dinner, I would be disgusted by what I had to do to her steak so she would eat it but people like what they like. I mean, they're wrong, but that's what they like so who am I to judge.


To each their own. Grilled up dinner for the fam this summer. Got an aunt who only eats well done meat (phrasing). Decided to do lamb chops instead of beef, still tender and tricky to dry out even at well done. It was a success.

/they're still wrong
 
2019-12-25 2:02:44 PM  
122 is WAY too low for a child. Temp. at the hip joint should be at least 160.
 
2019-12-25 2:06:39 PM  

PoweredByIrony: 122 is WAY too low for a child. Temp. at the hip joint should be at least 160.


What cut of the steer are you cooking that has the hip joint?
 
2019-12-25 2:24:29 PM  

NINEv2: PoweredByIrony: 122 is WAY too low for a child. Temp. at the hip joint should be at least 160.

What cut of the steer are you cooking that has the hip joint?


I believe they were referring to two legged mutton.  You should get them before the age of two for the sweetest meat.
 
2019-12-25 2:45:38 PM  

NINEv2: PoweredByIrony: 122 is WAY too low for a child. Temp. at the hip joint should be at least 160.

What cut of the steer are you cooking that has the hip joint?


And what does it have to do with a child?
 
2019-12-25 3:07:09 PM  

abhorrent1: NINEv2: PoweredByIrony: 122 is WAY too low for a child. Temp. at the hip joint should be at least 160.

What cut of the steer are you cooking that has the hip joint?

And what does it have to do with a child?


Fark headline closely paraphrases the first paragraph from the article, not that we generally read such things.
 
2019-12-25 3:37:26 PM  

FloridaWombat: abhorrent1: NINEv2: PoweredByIrony: 122 is WAY too low for a child. Temp. at the hip joint should be at least 160.

What cut of the steer are you cooking that has the hip joint?

And what does it have to do with a child?

Fark headline closely paraphrases the first paragraph from the article, not that we generally read such things.


Oh I get it now. Sorry I've been kind of drunk the last few days.
 
2019-12-25 4:10:02 PM  

PoweredByIrony: 122 is WAY too low for a child. Temp. at the hip joint should be at least 160.


*slaps forehead hard*
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2019-12-25 7:29:58 PM  

abhorrent1: NINEv2: PoweredByIrony: 122 is WAY too low for a child. Temp. at the hip joint should be at least 160.

What cut of the steer are you cooking that has the hip joint?

And what does it have to do with a child?


Username does NOT check out.

/at least you finally got his modest proposal
 
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